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Rfmn Burnham was killed in action aged 35 on Easter Sunday, 8 April 1918 at Achicourt. Prior to the war, he worked in the newspaper industry in Fleet Street. He left a wife and two children. Rfmn Burnham is buried at Agny Military Cemetery. HU_093364 taken at 2009-12-15T12:19:01-08:00
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Gunner Burton, a former yarn merchant's assistant, enlisted in 1915 and was posted to the Western Front on 5 June 1916. His battery was deployed during the fighting around Cambrai in 1917 and again in resisting the German asault of 1918. During this action, he was severely wounded in the leg on 21 March 1918 and died of his wounds on 25 March aged 22. He is buried at the Bac-du-Sud British Cemetery at Bailleulval, near Arras. HU_093371 taken at 2009-12-15T12:20:33-08:00
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Captain Brown served with the Carabiniers before being attached to The Buffs. His letters from the front were privately published as a book ''A Year in the Salient''. Aged 27, he was killed near Loos on 15 April 1917. He is commemorated on the Loos Memorial. Captain Brown's brother, Lt P A Brown was killed in 1915 at Armentieres. HU_093353 taken at 2009-12-15T12:10:38-08:00
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Lt Byres was educated at George Watson's College, Edinburgh before becoming an employee of the Commercial Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh. In August 1914, he was mobilised as a territorial member of the Bankers Company of the 4 Battalion Royal Scots (Queen's Edinburgh Rifles) and was subsequently posted to Gallipoli and Egypt until 1917. After receiving his commission in June 1917, he was posted to the Western Front on 26 August and was killed by a sniper the following day, aged 26. He is...
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Pte Buckman enlisted on 26 April 1916. He served with 28 Battalion, Middlesex Regiment as a physical drill and bayonet instructor before being posted to the Western Front on 16 December 1916. He was drafted to the Sussex Regiment where he served as a machine gunner and took part in the Battle of Arras. Aged 25, Pte Buckman was fatally wounded at Cambrai and died in hospital on 20 November 1917. HU_093359 taken at 2009-12-15T12:21:33-08:00
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Description: Lt Brown, a graduate of New College Oxford, was killed in action aged 29 on 4 November 1915 at Armentieres. He is buried at Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-d'Armentieres. His brother, Captain T A Brown was killed near Loos in 1917. HU_093350 taken at 2009-12-15T12:10:54-08:00
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Left to right: Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence Williams, 3 Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (Wales) and former Master of the Anglesey Harriers Lieutenant L C R Cameron, Queens Own Cameron Highlanders (Scotland) and former Master of Mr Cameron's Otter-hounds Lieutenant Sir William Cook, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) (England) an former Master of the Ledbury and Southwold Foxhounds. Lt Col Williams became Administrative Commandant (FF) in January 1918 and served until February 1919. Lt...
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Captain Burrows enlisted in the West Riding Regiment in 1914. He received his commission in January 1915 and was posted to the Western Front in July where he became a casualty of a gas attack near Ypres. Captain Burrows was killed at Neuve Eglise aged 23 on 14 April 1918. He is commemorated at the Tyne Cot Memorial. HU_093367 taken at 2009-12-15T12:11:00-08:00
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Captain K A Brown enlisted on 5 August 1914 and served with A Company. Aged 22, he died of wounds received at Epehy on the Somme on 22 September 1918. Captain Brown is buried at Five Points Cemetery, Lechelle. A few weeks later, Captain Brown's older brother, Captain Clive Andrews Brown of the Royal Engineers, was also killed, aged 28, on 7 November 1918 (just four days before the Armistice) on the Western Front. HU_093348 taken at 2009-12-15T12:10:45-08:00
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Pte Brown, a businessman, enlisted in September 1914 and was posted to the Western Front in January 1915. He was killed in action, aged 21, at Armentieres on 30 September 1915. He is commemorated on the Loos Memorial. HU_093349 taken at 2009-12-15T12:10:22-08:00
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